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Adapter I need the adapter for my Audiophase CD 102 CD player. I need to know the milliamps.  This player was made in 1996.

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  • RickyC Feb 21, 2008

    Thank you very much.  I will try it.  I should have also said that 


    this CD player calls for a DC 6 volt adapter, center positive.
    But the player and the instructions did not state the milliamps.
    That is why I asked for advise.

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Any adapter of 500mA or less will work just fine. Even if you have more current than needed, the CD player will just take whatever is needed to operate.

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